relativistic equation of motion

Dear All users of LAMMPS

I want to simulate the Molecular dynamic with the relativistic equation of motion and compare it with the classical equation of motion.
Can I do it with LAMMPS?
Do you have any suggestions?

Best regards,
Mohammad

Dear All users of LAMMPS

I want to simulate the Molecular dynamic with the relativistic equation of motion and compare it with the classical equation of motion.
Can I do it with LAMMPS?

do you see it mentioned anywhere in the manual?

Dear Axel Kohlmeyer

Yes, first of all, I searched in the manual but I did not find any page about it. after that, I sent an email to the mail list because I think maybe there are suggestions or tricks about it.

by the way, I want to say you very very thank you because you help me several times.

In my search, I found the following page of the manual not found:
https://lammps.sandia.gov/doc/USER/atc/man_hardy_fields.html

Best regards
Mohammad

Dear Axel Kohlmeyer

Yes, first of all, I searched in the manual but I did not find any page about it.

after that, I sent an email to the mail list because I think maybe there are suggestions or tricks about it.

if that is the case you should reformulate your question in a way so that people understand, that you are looking to realize something that is not mentioned in the manual.
however, since this requires a completely different formulation of the equations of motions, i would doubt there is a simple hack/workaround. you would have to look into the details of those and how they need to be implemented to figure out whether it is possible at all to recast a classical MD code to handle a different set of EOMs and then see what modifications to the source code would be required.

by the way, I want to say you very very thank you because you help me several times.

In my search, I found the following page of the manual not found:
https://lammps.sandia.gov/doc/USER/atc/man_hardy_fields.html

that URL is outdated. all ATC documentation has been rewritten in ReStucturedText and its URL would be https://lammps.sandia.gov/doc/atc_hardy_fields.html

Thanks, Axel for your notice and suggestion. Next time I will be asking the question more carefully and clearly.

Thank you for the information.
Mohammad